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Please, PLEASE Stop Changing the Name of the Waterfront Pavilion Concert Venue

Last week, Vanyaland reported that the concert venue down on the waterfront—you know the one, it gets lovely breezes in the summer—had changed its name. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Protected: Exploring Providence’s Most Exciting, Art-Filled Neighborhood

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Travel

Five North Shore Cottages to Fulfill Your Coastal Getaway Fantasy

Whether you’re interested in the rocky coastlines, picturesque lighthouses, artists’ studios, or simply a tasty plate of fried clams, it’s always a good time to […]

Arts & Entertainment

The ICA Watershed Will Return with a “Monumental” Immersive Installation

In yet another sign that the city is healing, and that its shuttered gems are returning to their former glory, the ICA Watershed in the […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Takeaways from a Conversation with Paul Theroux

At a time when getting away still feels like a distant dream to many, Paul Theroux’s award-winning oeuvre of travelogues and novels beckons with epic […]

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Life & Style

Shop from Fantastic, Black Women-Owned Businesses at a Pop-up Market This Weekend

To round out Women’s History Month, Black Owned Bos. is teaming up with CambridgeSide mall this weekend to host the Making of Her Story—a pop-up […]

Travel

Boston Traveler: Experience the Fresh New Vibe of Palm Beach This Spring

Ah, Palm Beach. The destination has long been a favorite of Bostonians seeking off-season sun and sand, up to and including the Kennedy family. In […]

Arts & Entertainment

Things to Do in Boston Now That You’re Vaccinated and Ready to Party

So your final dose of the vaccine is kicking in, antibodies are coursing through your veins, and you’re ready to hit the town. Where do […]

City Life

Luke O’Neil Found Fresh Hell in the Suburbs. But What Exactly Did He Leave Behind?

Back on a random Friday in November of 2019, I walked out of Great Scott for the last time. A whole bar full of us […]

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City Life

Who Gets to Be Bostonian Onscreen?

Teyonah Parris may be making headlines because of her portrayal of Monica Rambeau on the Disney+ Marvel series WandaVision, but watching her trade quips with […]

Travel

You Can Rent Your Own Luxury Airstream on Cape Cod This Summer

Remember summer camp when basically the biggest thing to worry about was accidentally burning the marshmallow for your s’mores? As the weather warms up and […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Brutalist Buildings to Admire That Aren’t City Hall

If you don’t like the look of City Hall—or at the very least, you’re not curious about its design—you should X out of this story […]

Arts & Entertainment

Meet the Boston Musician Who Has Performed Every Single Night of the Pandemic

Where were you, one year ago this month, when the pandemic shutdown first shook up your life? Chelsea, Mass. musician Adam Ezra was logging on […]

City Life

There’s Another “Secret Boston” in Town, and the Original Isn’t Happy about It

If there’s anything Boston is hungry for right now, it’s experiences.  So when word got around that an “immersive experience” based on the works of Vincent […]

Arts & Entertainment

How Can I Safely Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day This Year?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at [email protected] Question: […]